How much do copies cost?

Copies of Official Records are $1 per page.  A certified copy is $4 per document certification, plus $1 per page.  Certified marriage certificates are $15 each.   

A 24” x 36” map copy is available in the office for a fee of $2 per page. 

Credit card payments can be processed over the phone, and the requested document(s) can be mailed or emailed depending on the nature of the request.  There is a $2 processing fee on credit card orders under $50 - our full fee schedule can be found here.

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1. How do I obtain a copy of my Deed or another recorded document?
2. How much do copies cost?
3. How do I add or remove a name from my property?
4. Is there a notary in the Recorder’s Office?
5. Where can I search records?
6. How do I electronically record (eRecord) documents?
7. What if the documents I need pre-date your online search of 1982?
8. How do I get all of the recorded documents on a property?
9. How can I find out who owns a property?
10. How do I search for maps or easements on my property?
11. Are document forms/templates available through the Recorder’s Office?
12. I just paid off my mortgage. What happens next?
13. I need my copies ASAP. Do you expedite?
14. Should I use the Public Records Request form to locate copies of recorded documents?